N.J.S.A 44:7-29. State treasurer to receive federal funds; adjustment between contributing agencies

44:7-29. State treasurer to receive federal funds; adjustment between contributing agencies

The State Treasurer may receive from the Federal Government such grants of money as shall represent the Federal Government’s share of old age assistance and the administration cost thereof granted pursuant to Title I of the Federal Social Security Act, and shall cause said money grants to be set up in a special account or accounts subject to disbursement by the State division on the warrant of the Comptroller in the same manner as other funds of the State are disbursed. The State division may determine and cause to be made such financial adjustments as are necessary to maintain the proper proportion of contribution by the counties, State and Federal Government, pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and the Federal Social Security Act, and to pay to the Treasurer of the United States its ratable portion, not exceeding one-half, of all sums recovered by way of reimbursement under section 44:7-15. Certificate of amount of assistance; filing; effect; proceedings for collection and satisfaction; levy; disposition of proceeds; voluntary conveyance of this Title.

Amended by L.1938, C. 361, p. 915, S.17, eff. July 1, 1938.

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